We are not far from this attraction and can provide affordable Holiday Accommodation for Visitors.
Hartington Hall was for centuries the house of the Lord of the Manor of Hartington.
It was constructed in 1611 by the Bateman family, who originated from South Wingfield in the east of the county and who gained the manor of Hartington after the Reformation.
Thomas Bateman, the 19th century antiquarian, was a member of a junior branch of this family, who were major landowners in the area for several centuries.
Knockerdown Farm is nestled in the Derbyshire countryside, in the heart of the Peak District, with easy access to
collection of 18 self catered holiday cottages or varying sizes will be
perfect for you and your family and friends during your visit. Enjoy the countryside of England whilst still
being in easy reach of Derbyshire's fantastic locations.
Getting to our cottages from Hartington Hall
Directions from Hartington Hall to the Cottages 11.5 miles
- Head west on Hall Bank toward Reynards Ln
- Take the 1st right onto B5054
- Turn right onto A515
- Turn left onto A5012
- Turn right
- Take the 1st right
- Turn left toward Dale End
- Continue straight onto Dale End
- Continue onto Town St
- Turn right onto B5035
- Turn right
Destination will be on the left
- Knockerdown Farm Cottages
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We hope you like your stay at Knockerdown and we look forward to making your holiday one to remember.
What an enjoyable weekend would not hesitate to recommend to friends, cottage and facilities excellent
Knockerdown Farm has 17 Cottages
and can accommodate up to 87 people, making it ideal for group bookings
or a family get together.
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* Brackendale Spa
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